Category: Poems

EARTH

EARTH Our virgin mother black of face We hurt her to bury our dead she bore and formed from clay Six feet under earth is enough to return
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I LOVE TO TOUCH LEAVES

I LOVE TO TOUCH LEAVES   More than books Magazines And newspapers, More than moving lips Repeating the books The magazines The disasters, I love to touch leaves
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BRIDGES

BRIDGES Let us build bridges, he says, of stone and steel indestructible by the weight of the armored who will save us. Let’s braid flexible things, she says,
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CHRISTMAS 2019

  CHRISTMAS 2019 More than one child is born this night. wherever the die falls on fertile or infertile soil, fate decides. How colorful the blinding of the
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THE FAREWELL

  THE FAREWELL   There it already stands, around the corner, old age, like a leafless tree. Let’s hold for a moment, here, under the sky, that gives
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MIDWINTER SONG

  MIDWINTER SONG So hard can be the shadows of the night that the heartbeat of my beloved becomes heavy and dark So hard they can be the
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LONGING

LONGING I want you like a fallen angel who reached his Heaven and drank water from the crystal spring. I want you like a flower that discovered the
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THE ALMOST DEAD

  THE ALMOST DEAD My feet intertwined in the corpses of the words, I crawled up like a beam of light onto the ruins. My belly gliding on
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DIARY PAGE 80

  DIARY PAGE 80 The climbing roses bloom, as if the landscape bleeding to death. As if it has opened its veins. As if it knows what is
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